Canon EOS 1000,100,10 film cameras

Discussion in 'Canon Film SLRs' started by Mark64, Jan 21, 2021.

  1. Mark64

    Mark64 New Member

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    For owners of the above film SLRs the focusing screens are compatible with each other as I found out when my EOS 1000 FN I bought from eBay for 99p had some marks on the the focus screen I previously had a EOS 10O qd which had a shutter fault so I removed it and fitted it to EOS 1000 FN .
    It appears that some screens will cross reference certain models especially earlier ones the 1000,100 and 10 are no exception this is handy to know if you have a model and you have the same problem I used no tweezers wearing a black nitrile glove (powerless) you can remove any screen and not mark or get fingerprints on the screen
     

  2. Craig Sherriff

    Craig Sherriff Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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    60D, 10D, 50D 1dmark3, T70, AV1, lenses ranging from 28mm to 600 mm, canonet Junior, Canonet QL 25, Mamiya C3 and 3 lens sets,Mamiya 645 pro TL and 3 lenses. Pentax MG and various lenses, Toyoview 4 * 5 inch large format camera,Calimat C1 8*10 inch ultra large format camera.
    Hello. Mark. It is good to see another interested in film, there is a few of us here who are like minded. I see you have a excellent camera in the 1D mark4, I have the 1D mark3. A bit chunky with the larger battery compared to the regular SLR model but gives excellent results.
     
  3. johnsey

    johnsey Site Moderator Staff Member Site Supporter

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    5dMk4, 5dMk2, 20D, 70-200 2.8L IS, 100mm 2.8 Macro USM, 50mm 1.4, 85mm 1.8, 17-40mm 4.0L, Rokinon 14mm 2.8; Pixma Pro-100
    I updated the sub forum to the Film one instead of Canon Rumors/News, Would you like the thread title to have Focus Screen Compatibility in it as well to fine tune the subject of the thread?
     

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